West Bromwich Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Are you based in West Bromwich, battling through the emotional rollercoaster of addiction? An addiction is a mental health and behavioural illness, difficult to manage without specialised support. Call us today on 01253 847 553 for FREE and confidential advice!

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in West Bromwich

Have you found yourself struggling with what you suspect is either alcoholism or drug addiction? Here at Ocean Recovery, we know that it isn’t easy or pleasant to label yourself or to put yourself in one of these boxes but it is also the best first step you can take to start on the road to recovery.

Entering drug or alcohol rehab is a daunting thought for some but we have several rehab clinics near you in West Bromwich that can help you out. All of our centres are easily accessible by public transport links. If you require further information on visiting us then don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll be able to answer any questions you may have.

How do you know if you need help?

Some people believe that only you can know if you need help. While this is partly true because you have to be ready to accept help to get better, it might not always be clear to you that you have a problem. However, there are many ‘danger signs’ to look out for.

You may start to notice that you can’t quite make it through the day without engaging in some kind of substance abuse. This is one of the biggest warning signs that you should notice.

This is where you may also notice that your life has taken a drastic turn from what it used to be, you may be involved in a different circle of friends, becoming distant from family members or spending less time on hobbies you used to enjoy and more time with the drinks or drugs.

Another warning sign we commonly hear about addicts is that they often have had some prior warning from a health professional well before they decide to enter rehab. It’s a widely known fact that substance abuse puts a large strain on the human body. Alcohol, in particular, is responsible for thousands of deaths a year from long term health problems alone, this isn’t counting the deaths or injuries caused by the type of environment addicts usually live in.

You also may have been told by family members that your behaviour is starting to become worrying. The people who you are closest to are often the first to feel the effects of your substance abuse.

You may find that your personality will start to change as addiction takes its hold. Some people may assume that you are happy on the surface and not realise the struggles that you are going through deep down,

What damages could you be causing?

Although most common side effects from alcoholism or drug addiction are physical, it is important to take a moment to look at some of the mental and social repercussions long term substance abuse can have.

It doesn’t matter if you are suffering from alcoholism or drug addiction, the impact it can have on your social life is outstanding. You may find that the people closest to you slowly start to disappear once they realise that you are an addict; this is an unfortunate but sad fact about addiction. This causes further problems as your support network slowly starts to disappear and you have nobody to turn to when things start to go bad.

Another huge impact addiction can have is on your mental health. There is a constant debate on whether or not addiction is a mental health issue but it is widely accepted that when you are addicted to drugs or alcohol then your mental health suffers. Once this starts it can be a difficult thing to reverse, often requiring therapy and large time investments.

Why choose us?

Here at Ocean Recovery, we recognise that no two addictions are the same. We aim to treat each person’s addiction individually in our treatment centres as we try to find the root cause and treat any potential triggers during their stay.

All of our rehab centres are outfitted with luxury rooms and social areas to allow for patients to feel comfortable and at ease during their stay. Our main aim is to allow people to come to our rehab clinics for treatment and not feel like they are trapped or that they have been admitted to a hospital ward.

How we can help you with detoxification and rehabilitation

During your stay in residential rehab, you will have access to a number of different treatment options to aid you in recovery. One of the first things that you will need to be aware of is that you won’t be able to access the substances that you are addicted to while you are with us. This will start you off with detox and rehab as soon as you come through our doors.

When it comes to detoxification and rehabilitation, something that may happen within the first 24 hours is that may start to feel withdrawal symptoms. This is due to your body getting rid of any harmful toxins but also craving the substance you are addicted to at the same time. Although this is very unpleasant, we have a team of medically trained staff on hand to make you as comfortable as possible during this time. They will also treat any withdrawal symptoms that happen to occur in order for you to safely complete detox.

Once this is complete we can move onto the real work – keeping you free from substance abuse. Becoming clean isn’t the end of the problem, you also have to remain clean long term. This will involve treating the root cause of the problem using methods such as therapy.

Our rehab facilities offer a wide range of therapy and addiction counsellors that will help you develop coping mechanisms to combat any potential relapse triggers that may arise. In your one to one sessions we will go through your history to try and pinpoint the root cause of the addiction.

We also offer group therapy sessions where you can hear from other people in the rehab centres who are going through the same problems you are. Even if you aren’t yet ready to share your experiences you can use this time to get to know other residents and help create a stable support network.

Let’s get started

If you are ready to change your life and set out on the path to recovery then look no further. We know how hard it is to take the first step but by coming this far you have already done some of the hard work!

If you wish to get started simply call us on 01253 847 553 or by texting HELP to 83222.